Trail Name: Burro Creek to Hwy 141
Best Use: Mountain Biking
Best Time for Use: Late Spring, Summer, Fall
Difficulty: Intermediate icon-intermediate, Fast and rough downhill with some climbing
Length: 20.4 miles (32.8 km)
Start Elevation: 9,600 ft (2,926 m)
Elevation Gain: 903 ft. (275 m)
Elevation Loss: 5,481 ft.(1,671 m)
Trail Surface and Use:
Rough and seldom used natural surface two track
Trail Head Access: Suitable for 2WD vehicles. Intersection of Forest Service Road 668 and the Divide Rd. approx. 14.5 miles  ( 23.3 km)  north of Columbine Pass on the Divide Rd.
Trail Head Coordinates: 711316 m E  4262690 m N  UTM Zn 12S WGS84

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Description: The ride begins high on the Uncompaghre Plateau and is best planned with a shuttle to the top and a vehicle left at Hwy 141 and the Spring Creek Rd at Uravan. The long, fast and rough descent through aspens and oak brush takes riders down the steep western flanks of the Plateau. At mile 2 go left at a T intersection before the trail winds its way across and down into Burro Creek. At mile 9.5, the trail meets County Road Z 26 and the Paradox Trail. Go right and drop into the Spring Creek Ranch. (leave gates as you find them). Follow the road upstream, where Z 26 will meet the Spring Creek Mesa Road. Take Spring Creek Mesa Road back down to Hwy 141. Note: The 2018 Bull Draw fire burned extensively through the upper section. Signage may not be present.

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